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Midnight comes and goes, but it’s just another day in Las Vegas

It’s midnight on the Las Vegas Strip and the night is really just beginning.

Throngs of tourists, who emptied out of late-night shows, take seats at slot machines and blackjack tables. Well-dressed hipsters line up at the doors of the city’s hottest nightspots. Couples jam coffee shops for a midnight snack.

The bewitching hour in Las Vegas may be unlike that in any other city. After all, Vegas built its reputation as a 24-hour town.

But the Strip isn’t the only place that sees action in the wee hours of the morning.

To get a taste of what goes on elsewhere in a city that never sleeps, we sent eight reporters to a variety of locations — bowling alley, hotel lounge, bus station, hospital emergency room, Fremont Street, wedding chapel, poker room and grocery store — to record events at midnight on a recent Friday. 

Here are their stories


 

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